X-ray blaze on an invisible world

With laser-precise x-ray vision, the Linac Coherent Light Source will be an unprecedented tool to see how ultra-fast, ultra-small things work The way that a horse trots intrigued Leland Stanford. After a term as California's ...

Super RFID: UK company driving next-generation development

The call from RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) integrators for the next generation of technology, dubbed "Super RFID", has been answered by University of Leeds spinout company Instrumentel Ltd. While it has been predicted ...

How people trick themselves into overspending

It's tax-time. For many people that means handing some hard-earned money over to Uncle Sam, but for many others tax time is refund time. Theoretically, that refund is money you've earned as a part of your salary, and should ...

Increasing Memory Capacity on Limited Space

Infineon Technologies AG, demonstrating its leadership as memory supplier, today announced new high-density memory products for notebook computer and graphics applications, designed to help system manufacturers meet growing ...

New IBM ThinkPad X41

Building on trends in biometric adoption, identity verification costs and government compliance, IBM today announced the ThinkPad X41 ultraportable notebook -- its lightest and smallest ThinkPad with a built-in fingerprint ...

At the molecular level, the predator is the prey

An evolutionary arms race between predatory garter snakes and their newt quarry is turning out to be something of an illusion. At the molecular level, another battle rages. And in this second, miniature realm, it's the newt ...

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